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* Grandview Heights-area students who recently graduated from the University of Cincinnati include Brooke Bernstein, Hannah Brown, Cameron McLain, Dylan Robinson and Kali Robinson.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.
Summertime in the schools
As it prepares to engage the community, students and staff in a facilities-planning process, the Grandview City School District has a slate of permanent-improvement and technology updates planned for the summer and beyond.
S&P Global Ratings has assigned a AAA long-term rating to the city of Grandview Heights' 2016 general obligation bonds for its street-improvement projects.
At the Grandview Heights City School District, we work hard to engage students with a broad range of rigorous and relevant learning opportunities that allow them to grow intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically throughout the school year.
American civilians first received ration books -- War Ration Book Number One, or the "Sugar Book" -- on May 4, 1942. By the end of that year, gasoline and eight other items also were rationed.
Three charities will get the financial equivalent of a 300-yard drive after the Tri-Village Rotary's first golf outing.
Professional cyclists will take over the city's streets from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, during the 23rd annual Tour de Grandview Cycling Classic.
College Credit Plus
College Credit Plus, the statewide program that lets middle school and high school students take free college courses, was a hit with Ohio families in its first year.
One weekend each year, St. Christopher Catholic Church offers a special added attraction to the restaurants, shops and attractions along Grandview Avenue.
When the Tri-Village Lions Club held its annual awards banquet and officer installation last month, one of the new officers couldn't attend in person.
"Italians Like Dancing and Feasting," read the headline in the Jan. 27, 1932, issue of The Columbus Citizen.